by Sam Crescent
Alphas Unleashed Book Five
Three is always better than one!
Reese, Alpha of the Riser Woods pack, has a crush on Bethany, a human waitress. He can’t have her, but he can’t stop looking at her.
Draco finds Bethany attractive, but he sees that his Alpha wants her and keeps his distance.
Alex, her boss, is a Bear shifter, and also an Alpha.
All three want her, but none can have her. When Bethany is attacked by a mysterious wolf, the changes in her body are instant. All three men feel her, crave her, need her. It goes against all laws, but there’s no stopping it. Bethany is mated to three men, and all of them will do everything in their power to protect her.
Genre: Paranormal RomancePurchase link(s): Amazon ARe iTunes Kobo B&N
Content/Theme(s): Ménage, Shifters, BBW, M/F/M/M, Bears, Wolves, Rubenesque
Release Date: October 1, 2016
Publisher: OmniLit/All Romance eBooks
Excerpt & More
Reese Howard stared at the buxom beauty currently serving coffee in Riser Wood’s café. Bethany Young had been living in Riser Wood ever since she was a little girl. The little girl had grown into a beautiful, curvy woman. Reese wasn’t known for loving curvy women. He usually liked fucking women of the pack who were more than happy to offer him their pussy. She was unlike any of the women he’d known. His pack was desperate for him to settle down, make some future Alpha, but none of the pack females appealed to him. He shouldn’t be able to mate with a human woman, and Bethany was pure woman. There was no shifter blood inside her.
Sipping at his coffee, he wrinkled his nose and waved his hand.
She turned, and he saw the frown on her face. “Did I mess up your order again?” she asked.
“It’s no problem. If you could just add a couple of sugars to this, I’ll be happy.” He purposely ordered the wrong thing just so she’d keep coming back.
“I’m so sorry.” She took his cup, and he watched as she changed his order. It helped that he was good friends with Alexander—who went by Alex—the bear shifter who owned the café.
“You’re making her think she’s going crazy,” Alex said, suddenly appearing beside him.
“Why don’t you just ask her out?” Alex asked.
“I’m not a teenager.” He was the alpha of Riser Wood’s pack. Men and women looked to him for respect and guidance.
“No, but you’re willing to drive a poor human insane by ordering different stuff and pretending you didn’t. That’s what is insane. I bet she’d give you a chance.”
Staring across the table at his friend, Reese had to wonder how he got himself into this mess. “I can’t date her.”
“She’s human, Alex.”
“So. She’s not good to mate with, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have some fun. The pack doesn’t stop you from living a life.”
No, but it stopped him from mating with a human. It was forbidden, unheard of, unnatural.
They stopped talking as Bethany approached. “Here you go, and I’m so sorry about that.”
“Don’t worry about it, Beth. Reese has always been… difficult.”
“I just wish I can get it right.” She offered a quick smile and rushed back toward the main counter within the café. Reese stared at her full ass as it moved away from him. He wanted her so badly, and he smelled her innocence, which was simply intoxicating.
His dick swelled, and he grabbed his coffee, taking a sip of the sweetened brew.
“Do you see what I mean? She’s a sweet girl. Either date her or leave her.”
“I can’t date her.”
“No. You just can’t mate her, or you give up the right to the pack. Any children you have wouldn’t be considered alpha as her blood weakens it.”
“I’m not looking to mate.”
“Not what I heard.”
Reese was getting tired of this conversation already. “Tell me, Alex, what have you heard?”
“Most of the single females are trying to win your affection with baked goods, sex, and anything that might appeal them to you.” Alex leaned on his hands, raising a brow.
“Don’t you have any bears to tame?”
“Nope. You see, bears don’t have the same rules as wolves. We know we’re awesome, and don’t need to worry about keeping our blood pure. That’s what is so good about being a bear.” Alex rapped his knuckles on the table, getting up. “Think about it. That hard-on you’re sporting isn’t going to go away all by itself.”
Alex was the kind of guy who didn’t have a filter. Clearly, the guy didn’t possess one, and if he did, he didn’t know how to use it. Reese returned his attention to Bethany, who was now cleaning one of the tables. She was too damn sweet for her own good.
If the pack didn’t have that stupid law that forbade an alpha from mating with a human, he would have totally gone there. It wasn’t just alphas, though, any pack member who mated with a human was expelled. Five years ago, Reese had to do the same with a guy from the Riser Woods—Malcolm his name had been. Expelling him from the pack had been easy, but then, five years ago, Bethany hadn’t called to him as if he was a moth and she the flame.
Sipping his coffee, he watched as she walked around the shop, dealing with customers, cleaning, every now and then stopping to tie her long hair back up into a ponytail. He wanted her. There was no denying his need for her. She was a fucking siren, and he intended to have a taste of her.
Only the pack came first. The pack will always come first.
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